This Christmas, The London Jam Factory is updating its festive offering with a new Champagne-style box of four striking flavour combinations: Mango & Passionfruit, Fig & Cinnamon, Cherry, Raspberry & Rose and limited edition Raspberry & Champagne (RRP £25). The luxurious selection box of home-made artisan preserves uses only the finest quality seasonal fruit and is ideal for the premium impulse market for multiples, independents or speciality retailers.
Innovating within the jams and spreads sector, the company produces the range in its Islington kitchen, and setting themselves apart from competitors hand make the product using more fruit than sugar, with exotic and unusual fruit, herb, spirit and flower combinations.
The limited edition Raspberry & Champagne preserve captures the sweetness of British raspberries and the fizz of French champagne for a stunning flavour fusion. Meanwhile, the Fig & Cinnamon jam combines sweet figs with a gentle spicy hit of cinnamon and the award-wining Mango & Passionfruit takes inspiration from this classic exotic fruit combination. The Christmas gift set also includes a beautifully flavoured Cherry, Raspberry & Rose preserve – this fragrant jam is a great alternative to traditional berry jam.
Confiturier and founder Pierre-Louis Phelipot, said: “We’re excited to be breathing new life into a sector which traditionally doesn’t see much departure from a standard strawberry or plain fruit jam. We make our preserves in small batches using the traditional method with copper pans, something which we’ve found has strong resonance with UK consumers who are looking for an artisanal product with a difference. The London Jam Factory range is ideal for Christmas gifting, and the special selection box is a great first introduction to the brand.”
Selling individually at an RRP of £5.50, the range is currently stocked at Jamie’s Recipease store (Notting Hill, London), Bayley & Sage, Yumbles online, various farm shops and delis and the brand’s own website www.thelondonjamfactory.com. To find out more about The London Jam Factory, visit the website or follow on Twitter at @theLondonJamMan.